Water Wells
Common Winter Well Problems and How to Avoid Them

Common Winter Well Problems and How to Avoid Them

Winter in the Pacific Northwest ranges from mild and rainy to freezing and snowy, depending on the elevation and unpredictable weather patterns. Whether you live at sea level or in the foothills of the Cascades, as soon as temperatures drop below freezing, every water...

Can You Drill a Well in the Winter?

Can You Drill a Well in the Winter?

With winter weather closing in, many of our customers wonder if it’s still possible to drill a well in cold weather. While Washington State isn’t known for particularly harsh winters, the drop in temperature means frozen ground, snowing conditions in the foothills,...

What to Know When Purchasing a Property with a Well

What to Know When Purchasing a Property with a Well

Over the years we’ve shared a lot about how to prep your property for a new well, the permitting and licensing requirements, and what to expect when a driller comes to drill your well. One thing we haven’t discussed very much is what to know when purchasing a property...

How Your Well is Drilled

How Your Well is Drilled

Every year, we drill approximately 90+ wells for both residential and commercial clients. For every project we complete, we encounter some similar questions about the well drilling process and how it works. Our goal is to help simplify and demystify the process from...